Today, Government Relations Minister Warren Kaeding officially proclaimed April 14-20, as National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week.
Today, Social Services Minister Paul Merriman joined community members and dignitaries in Saskatoon to celebrate the grand opening of a new Christian Horizons home.
The annual Skills Canada Saskatchewan competition takes place today at Saskatchewan Polytechnic and Mount Royal Collegiate in Saskatoon. The event, now in its 21st year, gives high school students, post-secondary students and apprentices an opportunity to showcase their talents in the skilled trades and technologies. Hundreds of high school students and apprentices have been practising for competition day.
Saskatchewan’s tourism sector honoured businesses and individuals at the 30th annual Saskatchewan Tourism Awards of Excellence Gala, which was celebrated in Saskatoon on April 11 at TCU Place.
The April public offering of Saskatchewan’s Crown petroleum and natural gas rights held on April 9, the first offering of the 2019-20 fiscal year, raised a total of $1.5 million for the province and was focused on the Swift Current area.
The Government of Saskatchewan released its first climate resilience report today, with measures that demonstrate how the province is increasing resilience to climate change. The report covers five key areas: natural systems, physical infrastructure, economic sustainability, community preparedness and human well-being.
At a ceremony held today Lieutenant Governor W. Thomas Molloy presented 15 worthy individuals with the Saskatchewan Volunteer Medal.
Stroke Campaign Urges Saskatchewan Residents to Recognize Signs and Act FAST (Face - is it Drooping; Arms - Can You Raise Both; Speech - is it Slurred or Jumbled; Time to Call 911)
For the eighth year, members of the University of Saskatchewan’s student club Women in the Legislature will be meeting with politicians and government leaders.
Three new non-refundable tax credits are being created in recognition of the invaluable contributions to community safety made by Saskatchewan’s volunteer firefighters, search and rescue volunteers, and volunteer emergency medical first responders.